Quadram Institute

With many hospitals now addressing longer waiting lists, pressure on laboratory facilities has never been so intense, says Ian Thomas of TROX UK

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Clean air for all

28 June, 2021

Spotlight on Smart Mechanical Ventilation (SMV) - insights shared by Jonathon Hunter Hill of AirMaster SMV

Domus Ventilation

Domus Ventilation has launched its next generation, HRXE Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) units for a wider range of residential properties than ever before.

Mark Grayston

Mark Grayston of Mitsubishi Electric looks at some of the key areas FM’s should be looking at when preparing to reopen their offices.

Fit and Forget?

Fit and forget

28 June, 2021

Bradley Crisp, Senior Industrial and Smoke Sales at Applied Technology, explains the smoking gun for ineffective ventilation. 

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Turning buildings into ‘safe havens’ from pollution and airborne viruses will play a big part in giving people confidence to return to their offices, restaurants, gyms and other public buildings, but it will also have wider benefits, says Nathan Wood of BESA.

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Hern Yau discusses the importance of air quality for optimal occupant performance and safety.

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Better buildings

01 July, 2019

Donna-Marie Evans considers the crucial role of HVAC in delivering better buildings.

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A roundtable of industry experts and legal specialists calls for regulations on air quality in our cities. 




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Schneider Electric and RIB back industry-leading Embodied Carbon Calculator technology

Schneider Electric and RIB have partnered with Building Transparency, a non-profit organisation that has developed the Embodied Carbon Calculator.

BEAMA releases tool to help heating installers explain the new requirement in the Building Regulations to their customers

New regulations for existing homes mean that, from June 15th, 2022, heating installers will be required to install thermostatic room controls when replacing a boiler.